Iago ap Beli

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Iago ap Beli (c. 560 – c. 616) was King of Gwynedd (reigned c. 599 – c. 616). Little is known of him or his kingdom from this early era, with only a few anecdotal mentions of him in historical documents.

Iago ap Beli () was the son and successor of King Beli ap Rhun, and is listed in the royal genealogies of the Harleian genealogies and in Jesus College MS. 20. — the pedigree is given as: ... map Rotri map mermin map etthil merch cinnan map rotri map Intguaul map Catgualart map Catgollaun map Catman map Iacob map Beli map Run ..., and from there back to Cunedda and his ancestors. — the pedigree is given as ... Cynan tintaeth6y. M. Rodri mol6yna6c. M. Idwal I6rch. M. Kadwaladyr vendigeit. M. Katwalla6n. M. Kad6ga6n. M. Iago. M. Beli. M. Run hir. M. Maelg6n g6yned ..., and from there back to Cunedda. The only other record of him is the note of his death, which occurred in the same year as the Battle of Chester (), with no connection between Iago's death and the famous battle,, Annales Cambriae, "Gueith cair legion. et ibi cecidit selim filii cinan. et iacob filii beli dormitatio". The year given is 613, but 616 is now considered to be correct., A History of Wales, Vol. I He would be succeeded as king by his son, Cadfan ap Iago.

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